A CONSIDERATION OF THE ACQUIRED RESISTANCE OF FIXED TISSUE CELLS TO INJURY*
PROGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF ERYSIPELAS*
THE PROBLEM OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYPERSENSITIVENESS IN MAN*
ELECTROPYREXIA; TECHNIC OF APPLICATION AND THERAPEUTIC INDICATIONS*
THE PATHOLOGY AND MECHANISM OF ANAPHYLAXIS*
EXPERIENCES IN TREATING TOXIC GOITER IN A LARGE PUBLIC HOSPITAL*
TREATMENT OF UNDULANT FEVER; A REPORT OF FIVE CASES TREATED WITH A SPECIFIC POLYVALENT SERUM*
DETERMINATION OF THE NORMAL CIRCULATION TIME FROM THE ANTECUBITAL VEINS TO THE PULMONARY CAPILLARIES BY A NEW TECHNIC*
THE VALUE OF SULFANILAMIDE IN THE TREATMENT OF INFECTIONS OF BLADDER AND UPPER URINARY TRACT; REPORT OF STUDY OF TWENTY-FIVE PATIENTS*
A BROADER VIEW OF POSTMORTEM EXAMINATIONS*
BENZEDRINE AND PAREDRINE IN THE TREATMENT OF ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION, WITH SUPPLEMENTARY CASE REPORT*
TOLERANCE TO BENZEDRINE SULFATE*
PRIMARY SARCOMA OF THE PERICARDIUM; REPORT OF A CASE*
THE EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTION OF HYPERTENSION
POSTMORTEM EXAMINATIONS
The Therapeutic Problem in Bowel Obstruction.
Pocket Atlas of Anatomy.
Clinical Roentgen Therapy.
Clinical Urinalysis.
Die physiologische und klinische Bedeutung des Blutammoniaks (Physiological and Clinical Significance of Blood Ammonia).
Practical Methods in Biochemistry.
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